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Evelyne Bouix

Evelyne Bouix

Evelyne Bouix was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Bouix's early acting career consisted of roles in various films, such as the adventurous drama "Alors, Heureux?" (1979) with Marc Jolivet, "Bobo Jacco" (1979) and "Haine" (1979) with Klaus Kinski. She also appeared in the comedy "Rien ne va plus" (1979) with Jacques Villeret and "Edith et Marcel" (1982). She kept working in film throughout the eighties, starring in "Les Uns et les autres" (1984) with James Caan, "Partir Revenir" (1984) with Annie Girardot and the Charlotte Rampling dramatic fantasy "Viva la Vie!" (1984). She also appeared in "Ni avec toi, ni sans toi" (1985) and "Un Homme et une femme: Vingt ans deja" (1986). Film continued to be her passion as she played roles in the Claude Brasseur drama "Radio Corbeau" (1989), the Pierre Richard comedy "Bienvenue a bord!" (1990) and the drama "The Sky Above Paris" (1992) with Sandrine Bonnaire. She also appeared in "Tout ca... pour ca!" (1993) and the dramatic adaptation "Beaumarchais: The Scoundrel" (1997) with Fabrice Luchini. Bouix most recently acted in the Catherine Auditi comedy "Temps de Chien" (1997). Bouix was married to Claude Lelouch.
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